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2001
| BS 808
$2.00

Sons of the Pioneers: Symphonies of the Sage

In 1941, the Pioneers made a series of studio recordings that were never released commercially and thought to be lost until now.

With 25 tracks, it offers an abundance of fine music, including renditions of Pioneers classics such as "Cool Water," romanticized portrayals of the West, sagebrush humor and rollicking instrumentals.

Full Description

The Sons of the Pioneers were in prime form during 1941, when they were artists in residence for the WLS powerhouse in Chicago. During their time in the Windy City, the Pioneers made a series of studio recordings that were never released commercially and thought to be lost until now.

Thankfully, we unearthed Symphonies of the Sage and are pleased to offer it for the first time ever. With 25 tracks, it offers an abundance of fine music, including renditions of Pioneers classics such as "Cool Water," romanticized portrayals of the West, sagebrush humor and rollicking instrumentals. With great historical liner notes, you're bound to enjoy the musical diversity of the greatest Western group of all time.

Short Description
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    This dynamic combination of traditional harmonies and cutting-edge musicianship will get the blood of the oldest cowboy pumping.

    — All Music

Track List

  • 1. When Pay Day Rolls Around
  • 2. Sagebrush Symphony
  • 3. Song of the Bandit
  • 4. Ne-Ha-Nee
  • 5. The Howlin' Pup
  • 6. Rocky Mountain Express
  • 7. One More Ride
  • 8. So Long to the Red River Valley
  • 9. Coyote Serenade
  • 10. South in My Soul
  • 11. Cool Water
  • 12. Rainbow Over the Range
  • 13. Happy Cowboy
  • 14. The Texas Crapshooter
  • 15. At the Old Barn Dance
  • 16. Move Along You Lazy Cattle
  • 17. Swingin' the Bow
  • 18. Whoopee Ti Yi Yo
  • 19. Jubilation Jamboree
  • 20. Bound for the Rio Grande
  • 21. Cactus Swing
  • 22. Ridin' Down the Canyon
  • 23. Saddle Your Worries to the Wind
  • 24. Cajon Stomp
  • 25. Trail Dreamin'

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